The Single Most Popular Video Projector Is Just $73 With This Code
Now that the weather is getting colder, you will inevitably be spending more time inside. Fall and winter are great seasons for getting the family together to watch movies. Now, when you do this, you could just watch movies on your regular old TV. (Or, even worse, you could all huddle together to watch on an iPad). The best way to enjoy movies as a family – especially if you have extended family visiting over the holidays – is to set up a home theatre. To do that, you obviously need a projector. And this is the one to get.
Why? Well, (1) everyone seems to think so – it is the #1 bestselling video projector. And (2) we got you 27 percent off with the code 56KZ2DYU.
Why is this projector so popular? Why did 67 percent of the 3,200+ customers who reviewed it give it a perfect 5 out of 5 stars? One seems to be that, at 1800 lumens, it is 50 percent brighter and sharper than its competitors. Another is the sheer number of connectivity options.
Here’s what Jeff wrote in his review “Love this DBPOWER mini projector”:
Bought this projector for an outdoor movie screening event in my backyard. I couldn’t have been more pleased with the picture quality, brightness and the sound (although I did decide to hook up my in-home surround sound system/blu ray player to it, which was super easy). I’ve since connected my Ruko stick with the provided HDMI cable and streamed Netflix through the projector, attached my JBL bluetooth speaker with an AUX cable, and even used the HDMI to connect my MacBook so we could watch old home movies and flip through photos through the projector. One of the best purchases I’ve made in years. Love this DBPOWER mini projector.
Praise for the picture quality, brightness and connectivity are a common theme in the thousands of glowing reviews. Check them all out yourself. (And remember, that you have an advantage over those customers…namely, a $27 discount with 56KZ2DYU).
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